hi there, conair, to be frank I think your range may be a bit too ambitious. I think any school in the top 8 range (HBS, Stanford, Wharton, Sloan, Booth, Columbia, Tuck, and Kellogg) is going to be a long shot. Not because you're not capable of achieving great success, but because you're facing a stiff competition given your grades, your GMAT score, and your nationality as a whole. I would recommend picking out just one or two at most from that list, then focus your energy in the mid-range (top 9-16), such as Darden, Ross, Fuqua, Stern, and Anderson. Then if you want, focus on a few more schools outside of top 16, such as Marshall, Georgetown, and UNC. Depending on what you want to do post-MBA, then you can narrow down to exactly what schools you should apply to.
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